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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 21 U. TKKNTON, 1HUK8DAY AJfTKKNOON, UtiPL'tifilBNU 18, 1890. HEIN'S HORRIBLE WORK. Five Victims of His Death Dealing Revolver. ALLCVUSLI) BY WIFE. A Portsmouth (N. II Cooper KtlU Ttvo of lili Daughters rut.illy u Third aud the Mini Who Uuluocl His Home, and Then Suicide [H N H Sept 18 terrible was enfttt-eti in Portsmouth last and the city is In a fever of excite- ment A mob of several hundred people gurrouuded the tenement house Pso 6 Mid- dle street where the bodies of three dead peisons parthill) attest the extent of the crime I-iederickH J Hem aged 45 years, a hard woiking cooper in the employ of the Hdrtdge Brewing company has a farn three Uaughtera tbe eldest Came, 15 jears keeping house for him Sav eial months ago his wife left him and it is n ported that she had been unfaithful to wasrt ported that the girl Came be- eon e VMIJ Five People Shot Hem h troubles prejed upon his mmd until he resolved to end them and to not nlj remove the partial cause of his mis- fortune but also remove from temptation his three daughters Two of them and the murdenr himself he dead in his home, at the Cottage hospital the third daughter lies dying with a bullet in her nt (k md at his home on State street Charles W Taylor n well known hard ware merchant, whose name has been con ne ted w ith that of the Hem woman, is in the JmurlHof the Biirgeous with two bullet holes m hia back He Would Have Been Lynched Before the discovery of Hein s dead body in a closet at his house officers aud citizens scouring the city in search of him Hud he fallen into the hands of tbe mob there is not the slightest doubt that he vvoull have been lynched The story of the murder is as follows The Story of the Murder w. Taylor, a stove dealer on Market street, while entering his residence at State and Union streets at about 7 30 last night was rushed upon by Hem, who fired two shots m rapid succession, both of which took effect in the sra ill of laylor'a back Taylors wife aud neighbors heard the report of thn revolver, aud lie into the house The phjsieians extracted one ball, but were unable to find the other itrreptyio saieThe titd not know what prompted Hem to shoot him lav, lor is prominent In several secret KO( iptjps and HO in business HIH injuries will probably prove fatal lajlor little about the matter, but stories are alluat which have reached the ears uf his famify causing them much an gmsh The Hhootlne of Shortly before 8 o clock people HIP vinnifj nf tfMin'n hniiHP typrp alnrmpd by hearing five pistol shots fired in rapid succession Daniel Casey and Arthur Walker, who were strolling along Ishug ton street were surprised to see Maud the 13-} par-old daughter of Hem, come run nmg out of the house and start down the street She weut but a short distance when she fell on the pavement Both men quickly ran to her awHistanee, and on asking her what was the matter, she re- phd Father has shot me Her dress was then discovered to be on fire, but it v ad quickly extinguished A phybici m soon arrived and ordered the girl taken to the hospital where she now lies in a critical condition An examination shows that the first shot fired entered the right side of her face at short range As she started to run out of the house her father fired two more shots at her, one taking effect under the shoulder, passing through her stomach, the other passing through her hip The Kitchen Covered with Blood Ihe lower part of Hem's house was the bcene of the murderer's most horrible work and it shows evidence of a desperate htru0gle The kitchen was covered with blood from one end to the other and was m great disorder Just outside the back door of the house lay two bodies Carrie, the Oldest girl, lay with her feet tward the door, with her face covered with blood, the deadl} bullet hav IDE .the left side of the face. Dftsa ing upward toward the brain death hav ing resulted instantaneously Across her prtbtrate form lay Bertha, the }oungest daughter When found she w is uncon KUOUS, and she expired in fifteen minutea, the bullet that caused her death having entered her head just behind the left ear The Murderer's Suicide sheriff Coffin arrived at 8 15, and after pi icing a guard about the house detailed men to search the city for the criminal Vv lule thib search was aomg on City Afar shal Jo} and a force of officers arrived at i he house, and it was decided to closely ex ainurc thtrclmmbeio lest he should Us hid anu there As they entered the Jron! chamber they were horrified to see the deae bod} of Hem stretched in the closet A bullet had passed through his head from the revolver which lay by his side Superintendent Victimized. Sept 18 Vac siiperrnTendentoFsilk cnliure, agrl cultural depirtment, has been victimized to the extent of 43 000 b} two of his fellow countrymen They repiesented themselves seveial ago to bench wine met chants ofCilifomm and the tnree men became great h On the pretense of not hav ingj-pf fivpfU" draft from hnmnwith which to pa} the charges 011 a lot of wine shipped to them, they borrowed 000 from Mr Vueearno, since "which time nothing has been heard of them Robbed by Masked la. Sept 18-About 3 a m Mr and Mrs Rmeiutc luiikmeri bj the reap A f-i tin I'bWOEH Absolutely rure. A cream of baling powder. High eat of In BUfTigth U. 8. Gov -piufe f itmciH O L f II iih draw n rev jh er ordeied hi si ml i temple 4) remain quiet Ihe otlui two then M s tern itieallj k d tl H i in bueeee 1 m securiiij., ah mi tl (XX) of dia noi (is ind other je in 1 in ne> trace h is bet n (Its of the robbers lit UHS Uuiitutd Out of IM Ol t S t IS I irniLi 1 and lias i i 1! i fr i Kt ntui kv with Do- :ti MI 11 u UL to h jail i etc he leleiitilu 1 liaj uts as one t Lho men who buucjcl him out of fo OLXJ ou May 1 Laud claims to bo worth tJU UOO Their lluvtfpi Utom AicciUd 1 iblloN Stpt Ib Ihe king h ti accepted he resign iliun of the ei tire e il met He willconfei with sevei il ebinen ith a vieu to the sclt ct on 11 a. lit A mm try NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed T Gathered f iiiu Vurl ous 1 laren i he comptrolh r of tl e turn IH b IK au (TTITt" j the Vatiunal Hunk ot Cold Spring, on the Hu Isori N to begin business with a eipital of ?50 (XX) Ihe Metropolit in elub of New Orleans, h is made an off r of a purse of OOU for a fit twee u Dempsey and 1 3ns The house committee to whom were re- >lulion8cen8iirin0 R pro Be n tat is e Kenned} for his attack upon hermt )r Quay have decided to recommend that Keiinuh s h be expunged from Kecor 1 1 he popul ition of the st iti ot Connei ti cut is au li crease (f 1-JK 1 or percent bamuel frov ler has been uomin ited fur tou_reKs b} the Democrats of the fourth New Jersev district The reta 1 liquor dealers of New York fetite have electe 1 the following officers for the ensuing George G Campbtll president Hubert Utner, Pr toklj u firnt vice president iITiani W Barnard liuchester secoi d vice president, P MeCuteheon 13r >kljn secretary IS k Murphj New York hnaucnl secretarj A liaetzhold Buffilo treasurei and ill lain New York sergeant at arms 1 he tin box stolen from the H ttel en dome safe at New discovered but the (XX) which it contained is still missing A funds and of concealing a marriage are m t le against tbe Hev G Gial am Vdams D D late rector of Christ chure'i N John Heed H confession is to how the Montreal txprtss on trie Nc v jrk C' ntral u w ih wrecked 1 ist week is rend} asevideucc Reed the cfhci Us of Ki utits of I ibor nothing about tin AlbntPusseH while in ling m front of tl e iltar ot tet ijutrick s It mian Cath ohc church Jerstj it) with the he v a tl out to m irrj wa.s hrtd t hit, father Ihe shot missed Ah 1 il i ti ctr- to com nut -sii cidc Gilbert M sptir, Jr, arnvpfl in NPW ork inni rhc rarifh nf t> Inrp Ka} IlamiHon in mi count} Idaho HP Triprp m rrn stuifinw f rim I it that Ka} b death wai ae idental TIGHT MONEY CAUSED IT K ti liter tliaftti Co of Boston, tail for ft-i OOO.OOO H VT v pt Girdner Chase b inkers and brok rs at 148 Devon stret t, in tht building have faile I The firm ba_s asbigued to J inies 1 the m itiagei ol tht N 10 nil Life Insiiruice Devt ire rtet 11 firm is t e Boston e >ne> undent of fe Co of Npw-'iork 1 he hers ire It Gardner i IM. and Chirles L of It u that latt h the} have been doing a laige business in western railroad stock md on the street the t. neral cause given for the failure is that thev were caught short of the market Ihe atiett feels a deep with the uufortunite Assignee Pheltjs that the liabilities are likelj to itn Mint '000 UOO and may go over th it h it there a m the way ol a--st ts e in onh be detenm led b} examina tion ile declines to muh.e an} further stHten ent it tl e present time Mr ii Cl ist1 sou of the senior member of the hou-st and the chief clerk said 1 he troub- le is due wholly to the monej Ih> calls upon us have beeu greater than we could withstand our coll iterals have shmnk m vaiue bejond ull exoeetatiou, uml muolt-uH wo pHiieitvoretl to affirt a Ous jiei si u we have been forced to it No out- sit i trnisattions or speculations lee to tu roil bit It is inoaej andnoth e have done no business of a bpmilit ve character as a house and such aivvel i e di ne for our customers has been dune on a eui erv ilive b I do not fee! ed now in in0 the circumstances that were the n unedi ite cause of the fail ure Pr  stiles bein? the location o wlitre upwarfla of 700 n dead who met their fate dunlin the Johnstown flood are buried Pnxatt Secretary Hiilford was quid over co ne when he was shown the TOO white tomlistouts Mr Halford bald that the i airow escape of his wife ana daugh ttr from the rushing waters during thfl night of the Hood vhidly por triycdl) fore as he upoc tliL of tht monuments erected to the meniorj of those less fortu na'c thin hn family The party left Johns t< w n nt 1 p m tn route to dreensburg wluu l hi) had been muted bj btnte hen iitji md Geurge Huff of Wettuuire- land county At 3 o tlotk the president ive a piiblit reception for about half ai huur on "tine" tlcVilllffe LONDON fctcpt IS Ihe inteiest in the MtAuhllt and Slavin battle is increasing The is the main topic in sporting cirche bookmaker has re- cthed a commission from a sjnilicate ol Australian bookmakers to buck blimn Betting ruled at G to 'i on the Anienran but the Australian money may change this tho English bookmakers laid heavily against Maim and Lords Churster, DeClifford and backed the Americnu McAu liffe's trainers mo satisfied with his tondi tion and arc sanguine ho will win Sporting men are In a tjuandory over the of the fight, but it is expected to take place on the <32d It has not been defl nitely settled who will second the Ameri can GeorCn N. Sot. 590 end 632 Perry street, opposite Ewlng itrect, nothing bnt Upper Ix nd white LAJjh THE POLITICAL WORLD. Nominations at 1 hree Impor- tant Slate Conventions. CONN U IIU 1 HI PIBLICANSMEET Saiuuol I "VltTHlu Numed for Governor Htuoiiiiiiuted In the Buy State. New tl impBhire UepubUcuua U Irani luttle Isfcw H i s Conn bept 18 mile H PI itt WHH made permanent rhairm in of tl e Kt j ubliean state convtm tion in 1 a referenee in his addresa to Sec- retary lllai ne ealled forth applause aw did reference to President Harrihoii ai d eaker Reed He spoke in part as foll r r trogresa t buL IUVL nted ii it would u t lit publn.au has One 1 aiieli jf Trmgiesn letti ueU Lo do b ishif ai 1 t j i f c litre wlil of the major ity tbf th r I i t ss j nek per) aps to mewt an en c> but 11 IC--H leu-rrnloed that the veidiet of chw [t j IP hJiall be nust Uued will Itarnh w lo a 1 si ess and to regnter the will efiunmj nt> If this admmtetrattun haa not d  the in i a) p 1 e) of free tra le I jr this alone the te ai i s U e far iers the artisans the t i er f tl is L i tr> si ouid indignantly CODblgD It tu I 1 t LU.1 t 1 11 The Keelpro< ity Question t et i fC u industries thatbranch of   its national conventions fur thirty jears de rim ids that duties, upon imports sh ill so led as to ifford se cunt) to our div reified industries and to protect the lights of the laborer, com mends the r ipi jut) imendment to the McKinlev bill declares it to be the duty of is lo legislate so as to prevent fraud and intimidation at congressional elections It aUo declares it to be the duty of the uext gc ieral ih-sembl) of the state to adopi furcber measures to prev ent the manufact- ure and sale of fr ludulent and injurious adulteitintnaud imitations of food pledges thepntv to favor an) legislation that may be neeessdrv, to secure equal taxation cou deniTist the Dt mocr itic sen itors for v otinj solidl) t the reciprocity arneudmen' ai d the t rill 1 ill itselr, congratulates the Republic n s of the 1 ise ipon their vin dication of the of the majority to make necesvii) laws an I mdoisea the wise ma i igenient of the state by its pres ent offiei Sept the Repub- lican com entioiib held in this cit} the foi lowing cindidateu were renojninated congress practicall) without opposition First district Hurry H Bingham, Secont district Charles H OiSeill, lourth dis- trict, John PJ t ifth district, AI fred C Hirmcr 1 he De mocrats w ere con ceded the Ihird district the Republicans not meeting to noimu ite Ihe stite seritttou il nominations are Fourth district C esle> Ibomas Fifth district Claries A Porter, Sixth distract Boise Peniose, J distuct Jacob Croupe I he lor assembly were Firbt district George ane, Adam Beyer line Second, H tiry Rausle} Fourth, Geoige Beattj 1 ifth Jacob Sclnck bixth, James 1 rtnklin Seventh Samuel Salter Eighth Henr> S lyler, C P Haa kins, tiank M Huur, lenth, William R Leeds, Fourteenth, ijliam M tfif teenth Richard Patterson Sixteenth W.lUam F Stewart Elias Abiems Nine- teenth, H Kejser, John H Rei ble .twentieth, ithan L Jones, Iwent) first, "VA illtam K Bruoks, Twenty sccioud John W Bam, Ivventy third, J B Morn sou, Twenty fourth, William Bunch, Jr M (r Kenny, iweuty iifth, Joseph kulim hand J M Smith Ivveutj sixth Sumue: Cruthers J vventy seventh, C H Fletcher H F altoiv, Iwenti-eighth VVilliaru B Dmjee ilham Rose The folIovMiig city ticket was also nom mated For sheriff, Horatio B Council recorder of deeds Ihomas Green, city comptiollet, Ihomns M Ihompson, judge of common pleas, No 5, Ihomas K Fin letter Ihe D mocrtits of the Seventh districi nominated 1 hvm R Hollovvell for con gress Hi i mi V Tuttlo for Governor Covimi) N H, Spt A Tuttlo was Dominated toi governor by Repuhluan convt ntion Ihe plat- form was picsenled by Senator Chandler It readmits UUgianco to tho Republican part} in 1 credits that pnrty with whnt- in If islation nutl administration in the past liirtj jenrs hni conduced to the country in ral nnd m iterial advance meut IVsuUnt II iiiison s administra tion 11 hcartilj indorsed as clean, cousmt- ent and capablo (xreet ing Rent to Speaker foi tin genius aud coinage to vvhi( h are lium )y duo tho ipsrue of the house fioin tht contn 1 f an unscrnpulouB and rec kl ss nitnoi Tin McKmloy bill Good for youcgand old Wo know of no better tonic for the fiyfltem than Hires'Im proved Root Bfpr It ts delicious efferves cent, RpftrhUng, appf tlElng nnd A helper of temperance, Sold every where. is aopiovt d us one which v> 11 UL to tho proaueei the bomo niaTktt edi routy Is favored ai i ti e mens ires dinK in congress lookn M t il i blou of Vn erkan u 1 th i HVJ are approved It IK eleclirt- i tl a worherw ought to have the i J h lj to organize lo secure for tl hes full wages buitable hours of 1 i i in lull (tier privileges md 1 I si ill belong t the wt ikingnu i r il he .ud den junces intlmidat i i t kit eittier b> urg inued labor i j ul 1 he ipeedj ei ft t n nt of the fe 1 nl cleeliuna bill is also demanded Iluy State Nomlmtl i ofeit N 18 Ihe H i I ui state convention reaotnmated i Hi ek ett 1 lent n in t Govern r 11 t 1 IL urer Murdui coni] l l state tieket with the follow nu ui us Secretarv of state M Ol n uf Bjston attortie> gener il 1 ills burv. of B stou and audit i MM, ull uf M( Ihfl 1 Conpressn i 1 WHS perm in tut chairin u i I is ad dress seoied the mdt.pt i 1 mint in the 1 m ujtj an 1 made iui el xjuent pi i 1 r ti j assume of the federtl elections b 1 SHI 11111 I aiHl I> r ited toftn tHe t let one It PtooJ I i i arUou Allen H k r 111 Mr Hooker is a wealthy )oun_ 11 r fin donia 1 lie only ofh.ce be i hcid is that of 8ii] erv isor G ivertioi f( r L iesn i l O f r I Mer was nominated acelu i JEL m the Eighth district for congress V Stir In Irish r met LONDON Sept l of a stir in Irish po UK il clicks hit i HU-. 1 tht actun nf a Tiiipein ji t named at ktnineiit il to il t mttrtsts of the c untry and e >n t _, i h encj )f the people to j iel t I It Oiunce to agitators whose e n trarv, to t >od in >r ii-. I h 1 i f i k ha-salsoverj lecentU 1 i-, Ifiri similar though ratht r in >rt 1 1 t i ins The bishops and prusts m Ii i 1 have as H ruh kt pt h el ir fi j of parti lit) in p )luif i tli it t i v c tn spicu >Usexcepli nrt t ther attract much atteiiti )ii Ih nit i it llpper irj is tl m il tl i e ti int element amon.., the t na t v ut in grated almost en tr n smith Barr> est itts to Nev lip] u mil ing onl} such a consatuuiev is ull be likelj to recdve SIK h uttc u th se of Father Convvay m a i 1 -j irit LuudunJTnneij trlitimi u ItstO'V ered i forrai lable re icti HI tl i J ut Ire- land against the p ilicv so _ p railed under Nationalist au-p L i 1 pieihcts pi in mj will s >on be formed Oil i rs press the tx li f tl t th i LS point a gcneial bri _ 1 p j i tinn ilnn snrm new In f i fVfirlil s I'iili I utM iiTivt CHICHI o vpt is i the Ssesbion of the il i siou announce 1 1 selt t tli tive committee Ibis c nun ivt a director ge eril at of t- position vv ill be the u M i i 1 1 1 1 1 i e i nection with tl e t i i J he eoinn i tee winch is tomp I f Uiiilu n Du i crats and thirtiei 1 i leans i s Messis M L Mii) 1 H I I 11111 Heuiv P V 1> coninn sioners at large J 1 li ins J Sewill, New J i K Sn ilk> r niuut E B Mait i Indiina I H I batcher rk r U Biee 1 eliusett1- Euclid M n Nebraska, R 4 H) sit of ba con vvottl flu! and not a pmnj less tuan vv iti f 1 n Last year h to the v ihu f i l line into tlm conn trj l >00 i f pork 000 ol lird nnrl f f laton and bains I he i i 1 N n u i the new t i H the Canadi in fub have u better cliiince of snjjKii th' home nutrl et 1 h it w j 1 be a 1 _ i and he i blv i h i t M Kinky pi b UUL gainst his tl3 1 i n I "4 ham TIQOD'M The Importance of pui Ifylng the blood can. not bo ovcreitlrmli il for without pure blood you cannot ci j y good health At tins season 111 irly every ono needs a good midlclne to p ir vitalize, and cnrleh the blood and Hoi d s s irsaparllla IB -worthy your confidence II Is peculiar In that It strengthens iml Hulls up the system creates an p( lite and 1 i s the digestion, while lUrtdl itoi dlse isr dive It a trial II KM! 8 Sarsapirllh Is sold bynllrtrnjiglsls Prepared by C I II I Co, Lowell Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar The largest variety of RUPERFINE CRFAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the finest made In the U fl will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CC SOu J. BKO-AID B a. Fancy Fruits. lee ream, Soda Water Ice Cream Sodan, Milk ahahes, lemonade always on baud, and the best that ejin be had and made Tbese are facto. conveni- ent lor all. Hi, nil tl Mrikt IH OfT t IIit rk Ceii tr U i 111 I H i iih H 1 stnku li ull Hie u at 1 f the of I al i 1) sti i i I 1) --WS hil 1 a meetii 0 at 1 I k at 1 Iteiitl to de- elue il s i k 11 VL i the) la Bin 1 n n ai M s i il rutnl t thb dlffeteut ds s t 1 r ng tlie st kt at tin end N t tl at 1 it st 11 maintain that win ut- i 1 i is unjust said 1 it i in i 1 1 it 1 L f lack o( flliuU U an tl t A frfftit r thtt I irill Hill I st i t IS M t I r i ule s VI ei n a e il s t, U it M Kn U y tariff bill ml tl i fill n t, 11 I au i ts d the pnce of m tl r irl t j f ill 1 t j rceut 1 t i HNiil nn s 1 in 1 s I tl H to av 01 1 tur In 1 s-- an 1 H MXI j us are idle i! i i JIl.MMi 100 1 in 1 Still I In I Mpt 18 V trac tl n UKIII VMie 1 M Ge t lltr uf tlfls cilv t 1 1 with tt mil f rce Ihe owner w is bl w n a dist u ee of IJU feet, piekcd up f r had and etn ru 1 home It was fou 1 tl at life was not xiinct and he ma> w t II Uinun Hui nsw irth a helper was ut ab mt the neck find he a 1 Ihe he 11 s w is aK se hoilor rtlld hllTidled1! artules were, bloun from -W to 40ti feet s, VVIinloin Will Not Ht'slCn Mivs Sept tai in 1 i i u is tsked regui ling the truth of tlie i port that his resignation l c( nteiui 1 itt 1 md st ited that he had not heard th r un r an 1 h id no intention of resigning h MIL, sit sji 1 with the present coiititioTT or affiurs one million m bonds n urchtistd ednesdav and in the p st tlnrtv tw i thf trt isurj has spent in i ul piicha-ies IKJO 000 ib tv t its tu i t _N_ewbuif, Hudlts Sontetutil Nl-uui K( 11 IS the tr intv i irt Ju U Ht it i s n Memphis at 10 o do k w is wi k I just outside tins I 1 n 1 I ei and Junes d hh lir n i wiit Kllle 1 1 e i is-j f t lie k is tht malicious li pi teen nt fa iwitel ou ii, HOI-HP 1'ortcl Dead PHII 11 HI s pt J8 Horace M Portfr a 
                            

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